Laura was driving Roy and me to Story time at the Westerville library. Yes, I was a passenger for a change. I saw the red corvette emblazoned with State Highway Patrol Laura with her younger eyes read the smaller white lettering (which is blurry in photos and blurry to my eyes ) that the vehicle was seized due to multiple DUIs (Driving Under Influence).
And while we were there I met Dave who photographs cars and prints the images on T -shirts and who does Aerial Photography with his JDI helicopter-like drone camera system. WOW. You can’t go higher than 400 feet and you have to take it slow.
Like a hobby toy airplane, Dave at the controls.
Looks like a UFO to me
Back to earth and then to the van to print
What a setup Dave had in his van
WOW, it is amazing.
Dave explains his display of a big show. Tonight’s show was small cause people were worried it might rain.
Dave was generous and took my photo with Donald. I think Donald was planning on adding a JDI hover drone camera to his wish list. Looks like a serious toy.
A police car. The Bomb Squad. A trolley. About 8 classic cars. Catch some candy and Mardi Gras beads. The Boy Scouts marched, then a Bagpipe and Drum group, the Morningside Cheerleaders.
We had a lot of fun watching the parade in the Morningside neighborhood, not too far from home.
We went to the festival and the man in the information booth was a colleague from the first school I taught in the city -1989. Small world. We had a lot of fun and the grandkids loved the spin art and crafts in the Kid Zone. They loved jumping the bouncy house.
On the way home we drove to Giant Eagle and got ice cream and cones to eat at home. Fresh berries. Summer!